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West Harlem »

Famed Architect George Ranalli Ditches Chelsea for Harlem

George Ranalli, dean of City College's architecture school, has a new office in the Factory District.

Crown Heights »

'Very Odd-Shaped' Empty Lot in Crown Heights to Become Residential Building

A four-story building on a small, triangular lot is going up alongside the Franklin Avenue shuttle.


Park Slope Couple is First to Sue Bankrupt ReBar for Ruining Nuptials

Nancy Nienberg says in a lawsuit that in April she paid $34,000 to book the DUMBO venue.

Chelsea »

HuffPo Founder Arianna Huffington Accused of Wrecking Chelsea Pad

Arianna Huffington is being sued for allegedly wrecking the Chelsea apartment she leased.

West Harlem »

Black Architects Say Columbia Shut Them Out of $6.3 Billion Harlem Campus

Critics say Columbia hasn't hired enough African-American architects for its Manhattanville expansion.

Midtown & Theater District »

'Open House' Weekend Opens Doors to Midtown's Unique Spaces

From a fashion incubator to cutting-edge hotels, this weekend's 'Open House New York' opens the doors to some of Midtown's most unique sites.

Manhattan »

Architect Falls to His Death From Meatpacking District Apartment

The 52-year-old victim fell from a second story window at 345 W. 13th St. Thursday morning.

Downtown »

Bank-Themed Hotel Planned Near Wall Street

The design for the Four Points by Sheraton at 6 Platt St. was inspired by Wall Street.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Whitney Museum Breaks Ground in Meatpacking District

Architect Renzo Piano called the design a "flying meteor."

Downtown »

Proposed Building is 'Too Modern' for TriBeCa, Landmark Committee Says

Residents say a new building proposed for TriBeCa’s historic district is too modern for the neighborhood.

Downtown »

9/11 Memorial Fountains Flow for the First Time

One of the 9/11 memorial pools was tested Tuesday, in advance of the site's scheduled opening on Sept. 11, 2011.